This first-of-its-kind mobility coalition will prepare Tennesseans for good-paying jobs and create, recruit and retain the innovation industries of Tennessee’s future.
Generative AI can seem like magic, which makes it both enticing and frightening. Scholars are helping society come to grips with the potential benefits and harms.
Schmitz is UT’s nominee for SEC Professor of the Year.
Time-lapse animations that once took days to create are now easy to build with publicly available satellite images and free online tools.
Negative experiences in the workplace are affecting the retention of women in the tech industry.
The center will address challenges in freight transportation and develop innovations for global supply chains.
Tomsovic’s research focuses on power system computational methods and power engineering education.
The lab will enable research for multiple sectors such as precision agriculture, sports, transportation, and telemedicine.
Now that AI systems can generate realistic images and convincing prose, are creative and knowledge workers endangered or poised for productivity gains? A panel of experts says it’s not so clear-cut.
US workers are not skilled enough to meet the next generation of manufacturing. But efforts to train them are underway.
Teams from UT, Texas A&M University, Auburn University, and Mississippi State University competed in the inaugural SEC Machining Competition.
UT’s researchers represent chemistry, chemical engineering, ecology and evolutionary biology, mathematics, materials science and physics.